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AgGateway in the News

By Kristin Nottingham, Software Solutions Integrated, LLC

AgGateway has been highlighted in the news in multiple ways during the past couple of months, including references to a few of our members! Read the articles below to find out more. 

5 Ag Data Trends to Watch in 2017, AgWeb – January 30, 2017; Groups such as AgGateway are trying to break down barriers among companies so data can be more easily integrated across platforms, agricultural lawyer Todd Janzen says.

ZimmCast with CNH Industrial, AgWired – January 23, 2017; The new Industry Relations Manager, Precision Solutions and Telematics for CNH Industrial is Dan Danford… Dan will be getting involved with organizations like the Agricultural Data Coalition and AgGateway. Part of his job is to work with groups like these that are trying to create commonality of data and develop an industry approach that makes thing clearer for all customers.

I’ve got a brand new combine harvester and I’ll give you the API key, The Register – January 25, 2017; Two decades ago a tractor manufacturer was fitting smart sensors to its devices. Blending the agricultural and the technological were a natural fit, John Deere’s Georg Larscheid told The Register... John Deere is also a member of AgGateway, a consortium dedicated to “eBusiness in agriculture.”

McArdle Installed as ARA Chairman, Farm Journal’s AGPRO – January 2, 2017; Tim McArdle, EVP and COO of Brandt, was installed as the chairman of the Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA) at a ceremony during the annual ARA Conference and Expo in Orlando, Fla. He is also a current member of the board of directors for the Fluid Fertilizer Foundation, ResponsibleAg and AgGateway.

Groups gearing up with data help, Farm Industry News – December 6, 2016; Farmers will soon have better access and control of their data as well as seamless sharing of information between hardware and software systems… AgGateway is working on common meanings, processes and formats for farmers’ data across the industry. Several precision ag projects are under way, including the new ADAPT software toolkit that enables interoperability among different software and hardware applications.